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Oct 2, 2012 5:00pm PDT
and then a suicide of a teacher there. john sasaki tells us how all of that emotion came to head today at albany middle school. >> classes let out early because of the heart ship the community is enduring today. >> i had him as a teacher he was a really great teacher and i really miss him. >> tears flowed freely for isumisaki a teacher who apparently committed suicide yesterday just days after being arrested for committing a lewd act on a minor. >> i just feel really bad for all of his family and friends and all the teachers here that they loved him. he was a great guy. >> reporter: there was an outpouring of support and some in the school community told me they doubt the allegations that he had an inappropriate relationship. parents say they are taking care to deal with that issue. >> there's two family suffering with very difficult situations. one suffering with a loss the other suffering with the allegation of their child being touched inappropriately. >> wáe -- we don't have all the information and that's what we tell them. you shouldn't judge things until you have the information. >> desp
Sep 25, 2012 5:00pm PDT
for a permanent chief. >> now to the continuing coverage on the controversy of a building of a new jail. john is here now and says why protesters say the millions of dollars being spent on that jail in redwood could be better used elsewhere. john. >> reporter: in a few years the jail will stand right over there, construction is set to start by early next year but that didn't stop protester this is morning from trying to derail the project. the board of supervisors had a lot of noise to deal with as opponents took the mic. >> it's just a warehouse for people that have been pushed off the economic ladder. >> reporter: it got worse when the supervisors as supervisors started to explain their support. >> i will acknowledge that we do need this >> [inaudible]. >> i don't think you want to build no jail. >> reporter: they say the costs could be better used on schools and programs aimed at keeping people out of jail. the board approved the project last year and today the supervisors voted to approve next year's budget which includes jail funding. the board president said that the county has no c
Sep 28, 2012 5:00pm PDT
the east bay one day after we told you about a unique quake warning system. john fowler reports on why sciencists were appealing to congress to save that system. >> reporter: this morning at 9:00 take '2under the rock ridge neighborhood on the fault a 2.7. >> deep and rumbling and you know i just knew it was a quake from living here. >> reporter: bart train operators did stop, the quake to small to trigger the new system we told you about yesterday. it gives a warning. >> moderate, shaking expected in five, second. >> reporter: it's the nation's first quake early warning system designed to slow trains and alert your cell phone or computer but proposed budget cuts would kill it. they have the early warning system in japan, we are behind them. >> reporter: they say $150 million will pay off. >> the benefits out weigh the costs. >> reporter: by stopping trains, warning pilots not to land and doctors to stop operating. and everybody to seek safety. >> big quake we know is coming eventually. i mean every day i can't stop thinking about what will happen when that hits. >> john fowler r
Sep 26, 2012 5:00pm PDT
sprayed. ktvu's john sasaki tells us how much each will get and what some plan to do with the money. >> reporter: this is where the students got a face full of pepper spray and now they are celebrating this $1 million settlement. >> reporter: the uc davis quadwas peaceful this -- quad was peaceful this afternoon. they were pepper sprayed by police officers. >> my face was on fire. felt like my eyes were boiling. it was awful. >> suffocating feeling. getting up, trying to get air and seeing other students when were straight in the face. >> reporter: today the university announced a $1 million settlement with the students. the money is just one part of this process. >> freedom of expression -- everybody understands how to appropriately manage conflict. >> reporter: each student will receive $30,000. >> i think it is a move in the right direction. i will spend the money in tuition. my friends are doing the same. he is a graduate. she was lucky enough to leave the school with no debt. >> i am donating everything. students are in debt. families losing their homes. i have already been in
Oct 1, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. the president is in nevada. he stopped by a campaign office before heading to his practice sessions with john kerry. there are three debates scheduled. >>> ktvu will air the debate wednesda it begins at 6:00 p.m. president obama and mitt romney will answer questions about domestic policy. ktvu channel 2 news will air after that debate. >>> yahoo's ceo has a big job tonight, she is a new mo marissa mayer delivered a ba boy last night. her tweeabouthe re't al the name marimaplto ta fe a's can clev theifi clinth , a closcall at a of th restaurant, what authorities say about the two people the car it t hbuil. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty
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